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Dog Areas in Williamsburg, VA

10 Parks
1 Trail
3 Shops
40 Eateries
10 Groomers

There's more to the city of Williamsburg than history. This pet-friendly community offers a variety of activities that dogs can enjoy with their owners. Whether you like hiking, picnics, or shopping, you'll be able to share your experience with Fido here. If you're seeking professional care for your pup, there are seven clinics in the area.

Combine history and recreation with your pooch in Colonial Williamsburg. You can bring Fido with you when you walk the streets of the historical section of the city as long as you don't enter any of the buildings. There also are a few pet-friendly hotels in the area if you're visiting with your fur baby.

Plan a day in the park with your canine companion. Head about five miles east of downtown to New Quarter Park and go hiking through this 545-acre facility. You can explore a mixture of forest, meadows, and wetlands here. Leashed dogs are permitted here, provided that you pick up after them.

Share a peaceful stroll or picnic with your four-footed friend at Bicentennial Park. This passive facility has a brick walkway around the perimeter, benches, and open spaces. Wander through the trees and field, then relax for a spell while your special pal lounges at your side. Remember to keep your dog on a leash that's no longer than seven feet and to pick up his waste.

Williamsburg offers historical charm and a variety of pet-friendly outdoor activities that you and Fido can enjoy together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Williamsburg, VA

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    Population Density 1,924/sq mi

    #1 Merrimac Trail/Colonial Parkway

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    Around the intersection of Merrimac Trail and Colonial Parkway, you'll find a number of apartment complexes and some commercial areas. There are some sidewalks and wooded areas in the neighborhood where you and Fido can take a walk together. For open spaces and fresh air, head north to Waller Mill Park. This 2,705-acre facility includes picnic areas, walking trails, and a dog park. To use the off-leash area, dogs must be vaccinated, licensed, and registered at the Operations Building in the park. When outside the fenced play area, keep your furry friend on a leash that's  no longer than seven feet.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,082/sq mi

    #2 William and Mary

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    In the neighborhood around William and Mary, there are streets with single-family homes, duplexes, and apartment complexes. You'll find networks of walking paths in this area where you can go for a stroll with your pooch. There's a quiet, natural park on the south side of the neighborhood. Take your pup to College Landing Park and walk along the marsh walkway. Catch scenic views of College Creek, or bring along a blanket and have a picnic in the grass with your special pal. Dogs are welcome to join you here as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than seven feet and you clean up after them.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,422/sq mi

    #3 York Terrace

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    York Terrace is a partially wooded residential neighborhood with single-family homes, an elementary school, and a few small businesses. There are roads lined with sidewalks that provide a nice place for a stroll with your canine companion. Just east of the neighborhood, you and your four-footed friend can get some exercise and fresh air at Quarterpath Park. The 23-acre facility has some ball fields, a playground, and picnic areas. Take a walk through the grass and trees around the perimeter of this area. Dogs on a leash up to seven feet long can accompany you here. Remember to pick up any droppings.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,675/sq mi

    #4 Williamsburg West

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    The Williamsburg West neighborhood is a community with private residences. There's a paved walking path that winds through the area where you and your furry pal can go hiking. You can also head over to Kiwanis Park on Longhill Road to enjoy some green space while you exercise. This 27-acre facility has ball fields, a picnic area, and some woods. Go exploring with your pal, then grab a snack in the park. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash up to seven feet long. Remember to bring waste bags with you and clean up any messes.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,847/sq mi

    #5 Berkeley Hills

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    Located just west of College Creek, the neighborhood of Berkeley Hills includes a hospital and private estates on wooded lots. This area has peaceful streets where you and your fur baby can take a walk. For a special adventure with your pal, head seven miles northwest to Freedom Park. There are about two miles of multi-use trails in this 600-acre forest. Walk past historical sites, through woods, and along streams in this outdoor retreat. Dogs on a leash up to eight feet long are welcome here as long as you keep them out of the buildings and pick up their droppings.
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